Getting involved in a relationship in university.

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How easy is it? Should one try or just let it happen? Will it last? Any experience? Did you have memorable relationships?
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Mate, that's a question that is probably not worth asking. Whatever consensus you get (if there is one) may well serve only to disappoint you at whichever uni you end up at and whatever social circles you move in. However, statistically, uni is probably gonna be your largest ever exposure to interesting single people your own age and of your preferred sex and it's best to keep this in mind as a cause for hope, but leave it at that. Whatever happens will happen. Good luck!
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Mate, that's a question that is probably not worth asking. Whatever consensus you get (if there is one) may well serve only to disappoint you at whichever uni you end up at and whatever social circles you move in. However, statistically, uni is probably gonna be your largest ever exposure to interesting single people your own age and of your preferred sex and it's best to keep this in mind as a cause for hope, but leave it at that. Whatever happens will happen. Good luck!
hmm, your statistically speaking point is most relevant
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Had 3 relationships at uni - last girls now my wife.

Most people I know met their longterm partners either during their last bit of time at uni, or during their first year or two after uni. Its just a time that works for most people because its a big transition between your young life to your professional/adult life. People are trying to figure out what they want their adult life to look like, and for a lot of people that includes family, so they start to finally get serious about finding a person that will stick around forever, rather than just dating out of passion.

So yeah, the first part of uni is a great time to have some fun and play around, but the end of uni and transition into working life is the best time to find your future husband/wife.
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How easy is it? Should one try or just let it happen? Will it last? Any experience? Did you have memorable relationships?
I met my husband in my first year of university, we just met by chance really.
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Not this year.
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It happens a lot. But most people I know (including myself) broke up with said partners after graduation. Some people are married now though.
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Easier than most times in your life but having said that, I graduated a kissless virgin so there's that
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I didn't bother in my first year I had loads of casual sex I regret nothing
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